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LONDON (Reuters) - England's second-tier Championship always had a propensity for twists, turns and sub-plots but it surpassed itself on 'Wacky Wednesday' with a head-spinning final day that should have come with a health warning.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Super Rugby was no picture of health before it was floored by COVID-19 in March but the pandemic has all but crushed the competition's hopes of a quick recovery in 2021.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - WTA chief Steve Simon cannot wait for the Tour to get back up and running in Sicily next month and hopes the Palermo Open will provide a blueprint for tournament operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - The new coronavirus pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on women's elite sport and exacerbated inequality with knock-on effects for the future, a British parliamentary committee report said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - The English Premiership said on Wednesday that two players returned a positive result in its latest round of COVID-19 tests conducted on 896 players and club staff this week.
LONDON (Reuters) - The R&A says the extension of insurance firm AIG's title sponsorship of the women's British Open until 2025 will accelerate the progress made in the women's game.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - A party at a Prague music club has led to coronavirus infections in 68 people so far, including active athletes, the Czech capital's hygiene service said on Wednesday.
MANCHESTER (Reuters) - Jofra Archer received racist abuse on social media after breaching biosecurity protocols and being dropped by England and said he was struggling for motivation ahead of the third test against the West Indies on Friday.
(Reuters) - Thousands of people poured onto the streets of Ashington, Northumberland to pay tribute to Jack Charlton, England's 1966 World Cup-winning hero, as his funeral cortege made its way through the north-east town on Tuesday.